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When Constitutions Took Over the World (www.newyorker.com)

Starting in the eighteenth century, citizens were promised their rights in print. Was this new age spurred by the ideals of the Enlightenment or by the imperatives of global warfare?

How the Brain Responds to Beauty (www.scientificamerican.com)

Wyss researchers plant the seed for DNA nanoconstructs (news.harvard.edu)